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Most of Florence's designer fashion stores are located in or around a single street, Via Tornabuoni. A walk along this chic thoroughfare will take you past a glittering array of big-name boutiques: Armani, Versace, Prada, Emilio Pucci, Louis Vuitton, and Yves Saint Laurent. Head west along Via della Vigna Vecchia from here, and there are more goodies, including Dolce & Gabbana and La Perla. A five-minute walk east brings you to Via Roma, which showcases Miu Miu, Fratelli Rosselli, and more Prada. Note that most shops are closed on Sunday, and all except food shops and some of the larger stores are closed on Monday morning. For those prepared to travel 30 minutes outside the city to the hills of Tuscany, there are a number of fabulous outlet shops where you can fill your luggage with designer labels without emptying your bank account.

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Il Torchio, Florence

The art of decorative papermaking originated in France several centuries ago, but a strong tradition of the craft has long flourished in Florence. Colored inks...more

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Il Bisonte, Florence

Bisonte's chunky leather bags (with the trademark bison motifs) are renowned throughout the world, and the business began in Florence. The current central...more

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Giulio Giannini e Figlio, Florence

This bookbinding and papermaking company was founded on these premises, just north of Giardino Di Boboli, in 1856 by the Giannini family; the business is still...more

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Ferragamo, Florence

Salvatore Ferragamo's rags-to-riches story is the stuff of fairy tales; born into a poor family (one of 14 children) in Naples in 1898, he emigrated to the...more

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Emilio Pucci, Florence

Born in Naples, Italian aristocrat and ski champion Emilio Pucci set up headquarters in Florence, his family's historic power base, when his fashion house began...more

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Assunta Anichini, Florence

In business since 1912, Anichini, located just north of the river, is the oldest children's clothing store in Florence. The rails and shelves are filled with...more

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Arredamenti Castorina, Florence

Family-run Castorina was established in the early 1900s as a restorer of wood and gilding. Today, the craftsmen not only restore but also reproduce every...more

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Aprosio & Co., Florence

Now occupying chic new premises on the ground floor of a Renaissance palazzo in the Oltrarno, Aprosio continues to draw admirers from far and wide. All the...more

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